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- May 9, '12 by Rose1210Quote from BennyRNCAi have a SSN....im just afraid that i will be rejected again by board of michigan....thanks for the infoThe only strict thing outside of the regular foreign pre-screening of your transcripts from an outside agency and the language testing (not sure of that, but check the BON site) is like what CA needs, which Michigan just changed like so many other states are doing soon (VT just changed also) is you must have a SSN to apply.
- May 9, '12 by BennyRNCAQuote from Rose1210A good part of your battle is taken care of just having a SS#, whew....but did you ask the Michigan BON if they have issues with the concurrency courses or minimum clinical hours? If they are not strict in that regard you might be able to get your ATT.i have a SSN....im just afraid that i will be rejected again by board of michigan....thanks for the info
Maybe repost your concerns in the International forum here about asking of other possible nurses from Michigan, I would not post up in the Michigan state forum since those are more attracted to US based nurses and don't have too much of a clue of overseas assistance.
- May 9, '12 by sallyp911Quote from holler4everSo sorry to hear of your struggles, what a bummer to not have passed the NCLEX back in 2007, you'd be so far ahead of the nursing job game with a few years of RN experience.Hi there jeffBSN,
You know what, we are pretty much the same. I graduated 2007, took 3 NCLEX-RN exams (unluckily failed), worked as a caregiver before I got married last year. Then after re-applying for the 4th time. I received a letter asking for my Clinical cases. I haven't submitted it yet coz I am getting frustrated already. All these time been studying hard for NCLEX-RN and all I hear from them is a letter asking for more requirements. If there is really a bias inh the system of CA BON against Filipino grad. nurses, guess the Phil. authorities should stand in between this. Now, Philippine nurses are now being disqualified to have the chance to be a registered in Cali. I know there are still 49 other states other than Cali that I can take the boards from but I cannot relocate now. I am 8 mos. pregnant and unemployed, married and my husband is the only one working for us. I am so eager to take the test before I deliver but my hands are tied at the moment. All I can do is tKE the LVN exam. Just wondering how I could get my original requirements from CA BON: my diploma, TOR (transcript of records), RLE book (related learning experience), syllabus outline .
I feel for you with the newborn on his/her way very soon. My good friend of mine just had to put down her nursing plans on the shelf for at least year or two since she just had her little boy a few months ago. I just wanted to wish you and your husband best wishes in not only nursing career but a nice and healthy baby! Good luck!
- May 9, '12 by EnajiramHello Melai12, did u applied LVN? Would u mind telling me how are the process. I asked the CABRN to send a copies of my documents to BVNPT now i don't know what's the nxt process.. I really appreciate any info.. Tnx
- May 9, '12 by Rose1210Quote from BennyRNCAI havent called BON Michigan but i applied for CES though.... Im just really worried cause this is my 3rd application. 1st is the CGFS CProgram 2nd is california and this is my final try michigan.... Im really frustrated i feel like four years of my education will be wasted... I hope everything goes well....A good part of your battle is taken care of just having a SS#, whew....but did you ask the Michigan BON if they have issues with the concurrency courses or minimum clinical hours? If they are not strict in that regard you might be able to get your ATT.No i havent call the board i just applied for ces though.... Im really scared cause this will be my 3rd application already im really losing hope... My 1st application was in cgfns cp program then they told me i lack pschy hours 2nd is my california and now MI.... So im rally worried.... Maybe repost your concerns in the International forum here about asking of other possible nurses from Michigan, I would not post up in the Michigan state forum since those are more attracted to US based nurses and don't have too much of a clue of overseas assistance.
- May 9, '12 by EnajiramHello daffodilove: would u mind to email me the process in applying for NCLEX-PN.. I already asked CABRN to send the copies of my documents to BVNPT & now i'm confused what to do nxt.. I really appreciate ur help.. Email add: email@example.com.. Tnx a lot
- May 10, '12 by belagee12I've already sent a letter of explanation from my school as well as a letter coming from myself saying how my batch mate was able to sit for the exam etc.
I'm planning on calling in later to ask if they already received my letters and if so, just get down to the their final decision of whether i'm eligible or not
Because after all the time i already wasted waiting, i don't think i can wait for their reply, whatever it may be, via snail mail
- May 11, '12 by kate623i am a bsn grad from the philippines year 2010 and i submitted an application to take the CA nclex last year. on my OTR, i had primary healthcare 2 and NCM 100 on the same semester. i was allowed to take the 2 subjects upon request but i dont know if the BON here would aprrove it. does anybody know? thanks
- May 12, '12 by NRSKarenRNMichigan:
RN Application Packet
Nursing regulations does not state concurrent practice:
(f) "Core curriculum for registered nurse applicants" means courses in both didactic instruction and planned clinical learning in each of the following 5 areas of nursing:
(i) Medical nursing, which consists of the study of nursing care for the adult patient, both male and female, who is in the acute or chronic phases of a medical illness.
(ii) Obstetrical nursing, which consists of the study of nursing care for women in the antepartum, labor/delivery, and postpartum phases of pregnancy, and includes the care of the newborn infant and may be referred to as maternal-child nursing. Gynecological nursing alone does not fulfill this obstetric nursing education requirement.
(iii) Pediatric nursing, which consists of the study of nursing care for children whose ages range from birth through adolescence and who are receiving nursing care for both medical and surgical reasons. This education does not include newborn nursing education.
(iv) Psychiatric nursing, which consists of the nursing care of patients who are receiving nursing care for an acute or chronic psychiatric disorder. It may also be referred to as mental health nursing. Education that covers only areas of mental retardation, organic brain syndromes, or neurological diseases does not fulfill the psychiatric nursing education requirement.
(v) Surgical nursing, which consists of the study of nursing care for the adult patient, both male and female, who is receiving nursing care for a surgical procedure
Please start seperate thread about Michigan if further discussion needed..back to California...
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- May 12, '12 by NRSKarenRNmerged kate623 post with ongoing discussion here.Last edit by NRSKarenRN on May 12, '12